Category Archive for: Simulator Development

CSE Software™ Inc. Announces Advanced Construction Excavator Simulation Development

Peoria, Ill.—CSE Software™ Inc. is pleased to announce that its Serious Gaming and Simulation team has developed new simulation software to teach heavy equipment operators how to operate an Excavator in a city building environment. The narrow confines of city blocks makes it challenging for heavy equipment operators to complete applications without running into vehicles,…

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CSE Software™ Inc. Develops Large Wheel Loader Simulation

Peoria, Ill.—The CSE Software™ Serious Gaming and Simulation team has developed new simulation software to train operators how to navigate a quarry in a Large Wheel Loader. The Large Wheel Loader is used in quarry and mining operations around the world. With CSE’s simulation software, users can learn to safely operate the actual machine by…

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CSE Software’s simulation development is in the news!

The Journal Star recently featured an article on CSE Software™’s simulation development, specifically for educational and military training. Nate Hurn, one of our account managers, gives insight into CSE’s simulator potential and uses. Uses include using the simulators in the training process to make operators more efficient before they use the actual machine. Plus using…

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CSE Software Inc. Develops Off-Highway Truck Simulation

Peoria, Ill—The CSE Software Serious Gaming and Simulation team has developed new simulator software for training users how to operate an Off-Highway Truck. The Off-Highway Truck is used in quarry and mining operations around the world. With CSE’s simulation software, users can learn to safely operate the actual machine by practicing and mastering skills in…

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Why Gamification is Good for Business

Gamification doesn’t mean a game in the traditional sense of the word. It means applying game design principles in non-game contexts to engage users to solve problems, share accomplishments, and learn something new. Information technology research firm, Gartner, predicts that by next year more than 50% of all organizations will apply gamification to manage innovation.…

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Articulated Truck Training Reduces Accidents

Articulated Trucks are large machines that contain a special oscillating hitch that allows the truck to turn in tight spots. They are found on construction, mining, and quarry operations around the world. When fully loaded the vehicle weighs 163,087 pounds! That kind of weight and size means it is imperative that the driver knows how…

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CSE Software Inc. Develops Small Wheel Loader Simulation

Peoria, Ill—The CSE Software Inc. Serious Gaming and Simulation team has developed new software for training to operate a Small Wheel Loader.     The Small Wheel Loader is a versatile machine that can perform many different operations from stockpiling dirt to loading or unloading pallets. It has a number of work tool attachments that…

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5 Reasons Simulation Training Works in Healthcare

The complexity and risk involved in delivering healthcare makes it a natural fit for simulation training. Realistic simulation allows medical students and professionals to practice skills in the safety of a virtual environment. The use of simulation can improve methods, processes, teamwork and patient outcomes. Here are five reasons why. 1. Understanding reactions. Learners can…

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Simulation Helps Articulated Truck Drivers Increase Safety

Articulated Trucks run a risk of overturning if not operated properly. The oscillating hitch that makes it possible to turn in tight areas also makes it easy to tip over if the operator doesn’t know how to handle the machine. Traditional Articulated Truck driver training relies on putting drivers in actual worksite settings. While hands-on,…

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CSE Software Inc. Develops Articulated Truck Simulation

Peoria, Ill—The CSE Software Serious Gaming and Simulation team has developed new software for training to operate an Articulated Truck. The actual Articulated Truck weighs 163,087 lbs. when fully loaded. The key feature is an oscillating hitch that allows it to turn in tight areas. The oscillation also means the truck can overturn easily, if…

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